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Siva Nookala - 11 Apr 2016
The values true and false are treated as boolean literals in Java.

In Boolean Literals, When we assign a value to a boolean variable, we can only use either true or false. Unlike C, we can't presume that the value of 1 is equivalent to true and 0 is equivalent to false in Java. Boolean literals are used to initialize primitive data type boolean. e.g.,
boolean chosen = true;
boolean result = false;

boolean test_value = 1;
boolean test_value2 = 2288;
boolean test_value3 = 0;

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